Letters to the Editor: Week of October 20, 2019

The following are letters submitted to the editor:

Mayor’s 4.68 percent tax increase in Hopewell Twp: Mayor McLaughlin,  did you forget your 4.68% tax increase? Apparently, Hopewell Township Mayor Kristin McLaughlin has a short memory. In her zeal to run for re-election, her cheery letter to the editor forgot to mention some critical information regarding her claim of “fiscal responsibility.” To continue reading, click here.

Candidates on climate in Hopewell Township: Do you believe in climate change? Hopewell Township voters interested in climate change might find surprising differences in the Township Committee candidates’ positions about this subject. To continue reading, click here.

Support for Mayor McLaughlin and Peters-Manning: Hopewell Township residents will vote for two members of the Hopewell Township Committee on November 5. I encourage voters to choose Mayor Kristin McLaughlin and Courtney Peters-Manning. To continue reading, click here.

McLaughlin and Peters-Manning on environment in Hopewell Twp: Mayor Kristin McLaughlin and fellow Township Committee candidate Courtney Peters-Manning understand environmental issues and how to respond to them. To continue reading, click here.

Don’t “roll the dice” on builder’s remedy lawsuits: To meet its court-mandated obligation to provide affordable housing, Hopewell Township – and every other municipality in New Jersey – has three options. To continue reading, click here.

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